2000 saw the release of En Vogue's "Riddle" from the Masterpiece Theatre album. This is one of my favorite albums. I will never forget playing this song on trips with the family, and choreographing dance moves to this song in high school.
Male vocalists are abundant, especially in the era of music I am most interested in (the 1950s and 60s). But there are some that stand out as being the best in their field. I understand that we may not agree entirely on this list, but know that I have based this off my own personal opinions, so please don't go attacking me on social media, or saying nasty things about me–because I'll just block you on said social media site. Mostly, I want to stress that this is a top ten list, but there may be featured "more mentions" before we finish the list for good.
This is the second part to my top 20 essential albums and I'm making this because I really just couldn't fit all my favourites into the first part. If you haven't read Part One, then you can read it here. It may help when it comes to understanding this second part.
I have a number of favourite albums, and admittedly, it took me a while to put this together, because I knew I had to have one thing my music taste sometimes lacks: variety. If you already know me, then you know I'm a big 40s, 50s, and 60s fan–but this isn't really about me personally. This is more about which albums I think have been put together with real precision, and real thought. If you want to check out my personal tastes then I suggest you take a look at my lists on my "Essential Songs" by various artists including: Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and many, many more.
Disclaimer: With this ranking I do not intend to diminish the beauty of the rest of the members. They are all pretty and your opinion might be different than mine. However, depending on the concept, outfit, or makeup the members use per era, some members are bound to stand out more than the others. In this ranking, I have also included music videos that they used to promote for their activities in Japan. I have also included music videos and ranking for their sub-units.
Sadly, on April 20, 2019 we have to witness the first anniversary of Tim Berling's death roll around. It was a shock last year when one of the world's favourite DJs died, and everyone paid homage to his collection of hits that are cherished by thousands upon thousands around the globe.
Music theory. Every self-taught musician's nightmare. If who I am describing sounds like who you are, then this article is exactly what you need.
I don't really want to do too much of an introduction and give things away, but there are certain reasons that people don't or do listen to Bob Dylan. For example: I listen to Bob Dylan because I enjoy that kind of music, and his poetry is beautiful. However, my brother doesn't listen to Bob Dylan, because he prefers other types of music, but he doesn't doubt that Bob Dylan is quite possibly the best songwriter in history. What we're going to do is go through a few reasons as to why Bob Dylan is so loved and appreciated all over the world, and by the title—you should already be able to tell that this was the case. Let us begin.
Since the creation of SoundCloud in 2007, the underground hip-hop scene has had a level of buzz around it that it's never seen before. Many artists collect hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of plays on the platform without ever being considered mainstream, being signed to a label, or even having a manager. Musicians such as, Lil Peep, Lil Tracy, XXXTentacion, and many more rose up from the underground to go on to be famous artists with standing legacies to last a lifetime. With that being said, here are ten artists who have the potential to take over the underground scene, and rise to fame in the next couple of years.
I reckon 2019 is going to be a good year for music. The world seems to be going to shit, but at least we can all go down while listening to some bangers.
Some times All Genres Allowed is going to take you into the world of the Top Five. That's when we make random lists of whatever we choose and you have the liberty to agree, take us to task, or just simply read along. Okay, now that you're up to speed, here you go!
Sometimes all it takes is some beautiful music to turn on the waterworks. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Movie Soundtracks That Will Make You Cry."